Changing Places Toilet Map

Description

Thousands of people with profound and multiple learning disabilities cannot use standard accessible toilets. They need support from one or two carers to use the toilet or to have their continence pad changed. Standard accessible toilets do not provide changing benches or hoists. Most are too small to accommodate more than one person.

Changing Places toilets are different to standard disabled toilets with extra features and more space to meet these needs. This Toilet Map provides information of publicly available Changing Places toilets across the United Kingdom. As each new Changing Places toilet is commissioned it will be automatically uploaded and added to the map for you to search. Information is contained on each toilet relating to its location, owner/operator, accessibility options, provisions and opening hours. Most of the sites contain a series of photographs to allow you to view the special provision contained at that facility. Additionally individuals or organisations who need to plan a trip can use the in-built route planner to locate and store toilets on a given route.

Key points

  • The Changing Places Toilet Map is a free to use application which allows all users to find these special facilities/toilets in their area.
  • The multi-level SEARCH should allow you to quickly FIND and locate a Changing Places facility close by.
  • Users can search in a specific region to see all the toilets and their opening times which suit their needs.
  • Toilet Map also permits every user to PLAN a route and view all the toilets which will be available on their upcoming journey.
  • Registering your details, enables you to SAVE your own favourite Toilets and favourite Routes - for easy recall and viewing at any later date.
  • The site also allows you to leave FEEDBACK on each toilet. On how good or bad the facilities were, or if you found any problems during use.

Service Details

Organisation:
Changing Places
Service Type:
Information and Advice
Website:

This page was last updated on 13 December 2018

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This page was last updated on 13 December 2018